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Job: Visiting Lecturer in US and Latin American History and Politics (Regent’s University London)
August 10, 2017
The International Relations, Social Sciences & Law Programme is looking for a highly qualified academic to teach undergraduate modules in US and Latin America history and politics. Modules include: The International Politics of the United States, 20th Century US International History, and Latin America History and Politics.
It is essential you could demonstrate a commitment to high quality teaching at this level to a diverse body of students. It will be advantageous for you to have a record of publications and experience of teaching at undergraduate and preferably postgraduate level, and excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
Skills and experience required:
- A commitment to delivering outstanding and innovative teaching.
- Ability to teach, supervise, and assess high-achieving and challenging students from diverse cultural backgrounds at undergraduate and level.
- Combine and successfully apply the theory and practice to the field of US and Latin America history and politics.
- Have a clear understanding of the impact of US and Latin America history and politics on world affairs.
- An awareness of open class environment which encourages students to be active learners.
- Ability and willingness to work effectively as part of a team and to contribute fully to the work and strategy of the Faculty.
Who we are
We are Regent’s University London, the UK’s leading independent, not-for-profit, Higher Education Institution, located in the heart of Regent’s Park, Central London. We deliver programmes from foundation to doctoral level in subjects as varied as Management to Media, Fashion to Foreign Languages, Drama to Design, and Psychology to Psychotherapy, and have a truly international student and staff body.
How to apply
Please visit our website www.regents.ac.uk/jobs.aspx to view further details and to apply online. Within your application, please provide a statement stating why you are suitable for the role, making reference to your skills and experience against the Person Specification.
Should you not hear from us within 2 weeks of the closing date, then unfortunately your application has not been successful.
Closing date: Thursday 10 August at midnight
Interview Date(s): Week commencing 21 August